Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In ornithology, having the front (of the head) yellow, or having yellow there: as, the yellow-fronted warbler.
“Located at Calle Secunda # 1514, the small yellow-fronted shop is between Mutualismo and Avenida F (Cinco de Mayo) in northern Zona Centro.”
“Other birds considered as near-endemic to this ecoregion include dark-headed oriole (Oriolus monacha), Abyssinian catbird (Parophasma galinieri), Abyssinian slaty flycatcher (Dioptrornis chocolatinus), and yellow-fronted parrot (Poicephalus flavifrons).”
“Another spotted black-and-white bird which now begins nesting operations is the yellow-fronted pied woodpecker (_Liopicus mahrattensis_) -- a species only a little less common than the beautiful golden-backed woodpecker.”
“She reached a tiny yellow-fronted cottage covered with flowering creepers, and entered the front room by the wide-open window.”
“Examples are golden rumped tinkerbird (Pogoniulus bilineatus), yellow-fronted tinkerbird (P. chrysocomus) and white-chested tinkerbird (P. makawai); chinspot batis (Batis molitor) and Margaret's batis (B. margaritae); and goldentailed woodpecker (Campethera abingoni) and little spotted woodpecker (C. caillantii).”
“The ancient mansion of his forefathers was still kept up, but instead of being a little yellow-fronted Dutch house in a garden, it now stood boldly in the midst of a street, the grand house of the neighborhood; for Wolfert enlarged it with a wing on each side, and a cupola or tea room on top, where he might climb up and smoke his pipe in hot weather; and in the course of time the whole mansion was overrun by the chubby-faced progeny of Amy Webber and Dirk Waldron.”
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